Week 14 of the NFL ends and Tom Brady sets a new record for his career. With more than 20 years playing, Brady became the quarterback with the most passes completed in the history of the competition.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers player entered the game against the Bills this Sunday with a total of 7,125 passes completed. Before the end of the first half of the game, Brady had already surpassed Drew Brees' previous record of 7,142 passes.
Brady also holds the record for the most TD passes with 617 and the most passing yards with 83,338. With one or two more years to play, Brady will undoubtedly continue to break records and remain the best quarterback in the entire history of the NFL.